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Frontispiece to Mary Shelley, Frankenstein published by Colburn and Bentley, London 1831; steel engraving in book.
Theodore Von Holst, Private Collection, Bath, Wikimedia Commons
Handouts used by Eileen Bach for instructional purposes.
This link takes you to the full text versions of many of Wordsworth's poems. The poems we will read include "I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud", "Lines Composed a Few Miles above Tintern Abbey" and "The World is too Much With Us."
This novel by Sheri Holman is a fictitious account of what happens to Dr. Henry Chiver after he is hounded from Edinburgh due to his association with the body snatchers Burke and Hare. Dr. Chiver is driven to robbing graves as he searches for a cure.